There are No Electrons

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Clearwater Publishing Company, 1991 - Science - 322 pages
3 Reviews
A whimsical introduction to electricity for adults, employing humor & outlandish mnemonic analogies, including a tongue-in-cheek debunking of the electron theory. Voltage, current, resistance, through amplifiers & I.C.s. "Fascinating & fun!" - Ray Bradbury. "A major breakthrough in teaching the elementary physics of electricity." - Clive Cussler. "It changed my life." - Dave Berry. "The practical yet lively presentation immediately caught my interest & held my attention throughout." - Dr. Roger Young, Director, Center for Independent Studies, University of Missouri.

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User Review  - bartfan42 - LibraryThing

An entertaining way to learn about electronics. I enjoyed reading about the different components and formulas for electronics. Even though it has a weird way of explaining things, it still gets the ... Read full review

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User Review  - thatnerdyguy - LibraryThing

Kenn Amdahl provides a delightfully unique approach to electricity. The title sounds strange, and the book does not disappoint. This book attempts to explain the basic ideas of electricity in an ... Read full review



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